7th Grade Life Science students have learned about how photosynthesis and respiration work together to balance the amount of CO2 and O2 in the atmosphere. The class built miniature biospheres in class, using large jars with lids as the biosphere containers.
The Grauer Girl Rising Club hosted a 12-hour Dance Marathon to raise money towards funding tuition at Daraja Academy. Over 40 students attended the Dance Marathon which raised more than $1,000, so Girl Rising reached their goal to fund one girl's tuition to Daraja!
On January 24, The Grauer School had a special assembly to celebrate the Lunar New Year and welcome the Year of the Rabbit. This annual assembly is always an entertaining opportunity for Grauer students to learn more about Asian cultures.
Middle School students who attended the Pure Fun activity on January 13 had a great time learning new things about the popular drink Boba Tea, including what exactly Boba Tea is made of, and the history behind the drink.
The High School ASB presented the 2023 Grauer Pet Contest where students, faculty, and staff shared adorable photos of their pets, competing for a picture of the winning pet in the yearbook. Congratulations to George the dog for his 1st place finish in the contest!
Engineering Design students learned basic engineering and physics principles, as well as elements of the design process and how to use Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software.
Congratulations to Brandon D. '25 for playing his cello with the San Diego Youth Symphony at multiple performances of The Nutcracker ballet, and to Charlotte R. '24 for performing the challenging role of the Arabian soloist ballet dance!
Congratulations to Ezri R. '25 for organizing and leading a march to draw attention to the human rights violations against Iranian women and to stand in solidarity with the Iranian people.
The Grauer School honored our graduates during the week of graduation through a series of social media posts featuring photos of the Seniors, accompanied by inspirational messages from our teachers and staff.
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One of the founding principles of The Grauer School is the importance of expeditionary learning, where our students learn important lessons from the natural world. More parents and educators who are now recognizing the value of outdoor education and the essential intelligence it imparts upon our children.
This week's column features guest columnist Trevor Olson, High School Dean at The Grauer School. Trevor shares the wisdom he learned from Jim, a 79-year-old father and grandfather, about the importance of acknowledgment and respect for others.
The level of stress and anxiety that students feel has reached new heights, which impacts their happiness, purpose, focus, honesty, depression rates, and family dynamics. Where does their stress about academic pressure come from? The answer will surprise you.
Propinquity refers to the physical or psychological proximity between people. The Grauer School's campus layout was intentionally set up to foster close propinquity. Our students interact with each other while walking through the central quad, swirling into small gatherings forming like eddies.
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